Welcome to Officer Michael Garceau! Welcome our newest addition to the Stratford Police force!! Officer Michael Garceau was sworn in by the Town Clerk on Tuesday, January 18th. Officer Garceau grew up in Easton and now resides in Stratford. He graduated from Keene State University with a degree in communications and minor in criminal justice. […]
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by State Rep. Ben McGorty, (R) 122nd House District Dear Friends and Neighbors, As we approach the 2022 Legislative Session, I want to hear your input on what matters most to you and your families. If you have a few minutes, please consider taking my short online survey. The survey addresses key issues facing Connecticut […]
Children’s Department Head Since 1998 Martha Simpson Day on February 5th Final Day February 18th The Stratford Library has announced that their Head of Children’s Services, Martha Simpson, will retire her position on February 18th. Simpson, who has worked at the Library since 1993 initially as a part-time employee with Children’s, Teen and Adult Services, […]
by State Representative Joe Gresko, (D) 121st Connecticut House District Dear Neighbor, The Department of Transportation has announced it will begin the process of replacing signs and sign supports along Route 8 later this year. Please see the below release from the department for additional details on the project: “The new signs and sign supports […]
Does Stratford have a debt problem? By Timothy Bristol https://www.linkedin.com/in/tim-bristol/ Recently a Yankee Institute study claimed that Stratford was the most financially distressed municipality in the state. It gave the town a fiscal health score of 12 out of 100. The report called Warning Signs: 2021 update; claimed that Stratford had $750 million dollars in debt at […]
Saving Trees in Stratford Public Hearing: January 19th at 10 a.m. Town Council Chambers Your voices have been heard!!! On Friday afternoon on January 14th the following email was sent to the Stratford Crier: Thank you for your written appeal for the removal of trees for the tennis court project at Longbrook Park. Please note […]
Join Others to Honor this Civil Rights Icon MLK Day Celebrated at the Calvin & Ruby Fletcher African American History Museum 925 East Broadway, Stratford The Calvin & Ruby Fletcher African American History Museum will have a special exhibit and extended hours honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Extended Hours: Sunday, January […]
The Town of Stratford has conducted 3 deliveries of COVID-19 rapid test kits from the State of Connecticut. The first distribution occurred at Stratford Public schools with 3,600 test kits delivered. School families were notified directly through their districts and principals about the availability of the initial supply of rapid test kits, and when and where they could be obtained. The second distribution was held at […]
by State Representative Phil Young (D) 120th Connecticut House District Dear Neighbor, Connecticut DOT announced that there will be intermittent lane closures on Route 1 as well as temporary deviations of the drawbridge operation regulations that govern the Washington Bridge carrying Route 1 over Housatonic River, in the towns of Milford and Stratford. This project […]
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